Lebanon Baptist Church, like every other church, had to completely re-imagine their online ministry when COVID-19 struck. After multiple weeks of pre-recording their service, LBC felt that they just wanted more interaction with their congregation, and decided to take on the project of actually building a streaming studio. One where they could stream live, and if the pastor was up to the task, have Facebook open to where they could see comments in real time and be able to communicate (as much as possible that way) with anyone that had a prayer request or something that wanted to say.
Living Water Church has had a great ministry of feeding their congregation some breakfast on
Sunday mornings before the service. When COVID-19 struck last year that ministry was put to a halt, but the plans to expand that are and beef up other parts of their building to keep up with their ever-growing ministry were not. While making more room was the bulk of the plan, being able to hear and see what happened in the sanctuary and communicate with the building as a whole was also a priority. Here is where JCA Media came into the plan.
Wyoming Baptist reached out to JCA with the desire to improve not only their online ministry,
but revamp and simplify what they already had in house. They already had a nice console,
stagebox, and some other components needed to get their system up and running, but it
needed a good cleaning up and some organization.
Like many churches, COVID caused LFA to look further into their online ministry, and first on the list was upgrading their video system. LFA was just filming with one camera, but wanted to move to multiple angles, and if at all possible, add POV cameras on stage.
At the start of COVID, Cave City Christian reached out to us like many churches, ready to look into the world of streaming! After discussing the options, they decided the PTZ route was the way to go, but that was only the start. They wanted to make sure that their audio would match the quality of their new video system, but it would need some work to do that. The existing console was not user friendly, the pa had a buzz in it, and the stage was lacking connections to mic all of their instruments to get them into the stream!
CU Harrodsburg just recently completed their Athletics Center outfitted with Danley Sound Labs gear, and wanted to do the same for their soccer field, and we agreed! The soccer field is covered by four Danley OS80 outdoor speakers, with two Danley TH118XL aqua tight subs rounding out the bottom-end with ease. All six cabinets powered by just one Danley DNA 20K4 PRO amp. Control from the system lives in the field house that was constructed just to the left of the field. An Allen&Heath QU-PAC makes for easy control fo the systems two Shure QLXD wireless, Denon DN300Z Media player, and extra inputs for music and announcements.
Right outside the control room is a conference room with a whopping 85” Samsung display, six Martin 6.8T ceiling speakers, a simple Kramer switcher with an active HDMI/VGA wall plate, DVD player, media player, and live feed via fiber from the gym athletic facility vide control room, where the SDI feeds from the soccer are also fed to for switching and broadcasting!
4 Danley OS80 Outdoor Speakers
2 Danley TH118XL-AT Subs
1 Danley DNA 20K4 PRO Amp
Allen&Heath QU-PAC Console
2 Shure QLXD Wireless
Denon DN-300Z Media Player
Samsung TU8000 85” Display
Denon DX12 Mixer
Denon DN-500 Blu Ray/DVD Player
Kramer VP-440H2 Switcher
Kramer WP-20 Wall Plate
JBL CSA1300Z Amp
6 Martin 6.8T Ceiling Speakers
CU Harrodsburg campus has grown exponentially in the past few years. JCA has been fortunate to install the AV systems needed for the campus, and when the new athletic facility began construction, we were called upon once again to not only install an PA system, but a flexible broadcast system with plenty of room for growth.
The J. Dan Talbott Amphitheater in My Old Kentucky Home State Park has been staging The Stephen Foster Story since 1959, and millions of people have traveled to Bardstown, Kentucky from around the state, the country, and the world to experience it.
Gheens Recital Hall on the campus of Campbellsville University is the home of all student
recitals, staff recitals, endless musical events, and even events . The lighting system was
original, and was in dire need of attention.
After seeing one of our completed projects at Parkway Baptist Church in Hodgenville, KY, Pastor Mike Walker at Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Elizabethtown, KY knew JCA would be the perfect fit for their project. Pastor Walker enlisted JCA Media to get their audio system up to today’s standards and help them begin the transition into a blended worship service.